by Tacy Rayburn
Published: June 3,2011
File – In this June 3, 2008 file photo, Rick Moyer of Quiver River Aquaculture Inc., checks on the number of fingerlings being loaded on a transport truck in Moorhead, Miss. The U.S. Department of Agriculture program offering training, cash benefits and government-funded consultation that might include advice to get out of the business for catfish farmers caught in the current economic downfall. Moyer says he will not pursue the grant because he is pleased with his life and business. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis, File)
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